New York Blintzes – a tasty start to the day

Today there is even a recipe for the most important meal of the day: breakfast. Many people – and I must admit that I could also include earlier – go in the morning without eating anything out of the house to have. Finally he has no time!
But the time you have to take it, because with a delicious breakfast to start the day in a better mood.

This is also Ramona, on her blog “Frl. Moonstruck kocht!” the Blogevent “Dining morning as a… Miss!” has started, which is exactly this topic is: the breakfast. Whether sweet or savory, simple or complicated, everything is permitted. One condition, however, there: it should be vegetarian. As I promised the event, I went right for ideas for a suitable recipe.

New York Blintze mit QuarkfüllungWhat is my favorite breakfast? Hard to say which varies depending on your mood. Since I do not like the taste pure milk and yogurt, so something comes to me out of the question. Mostly I eat then rolls, omelette or – when I later or not have to work – something like pancakes or crepes.

Today was such a day. I had enough time in the morning to conjure up my treasure and me something delicious. Decided I was then for something that will probably not many know: New York Blintzes. The recipe I have from “Cynthia Barcomi’s Backbuch“Which I – as the other baking books of their – really can only recommend. The blintzes I made with two different fillings: a quark and a fruit filling.

Here is the delicious recipe:

New York Blintzes
Total time

New York Blintzes

Ingredients: (For 4 people)

For the blintzes:
  • 3 eggs
  • ½ TL Salz
  • 105g Mehl
  • 325ml Milch
  • 15g weiche Butter
  • some melted butter to brush the pan
For the curd:
  • 500g Quark (20%)
  • 1 egg
  • 40g sugar
  • 30g Mehl
  • ½ TL Salz
For the fruit sauce:
  • 750g Beeren
  • 1 tablespoon lemon juice
  • 65g sugar
For the fruit filling:
  • 500g fruit (blueberries, cherries or peeled peaches)
  • 1 tablespoon lemon juice
  • 45g Mehl
  • 35g sugar
  • Serve a little sour cream to


For the blintzes:
  1. Put all ingredients in a bowl and mix well so that no lumps form.
  2. Brush a pan with a little melted butter well and heat. Once the pan is hot give 4-5 tablespoons of batter into the pan and swirl well, so that the bottom of the pan is evenly covered.
  3. The blintz fry on one side only. As soon as this turns golden brown at the edges and withdraws from the edge of the socket, it will be provided with the fried side up on a dish towel.
  4. Now a blintze after another fry on one side and always stack together with the fried side up.
For the curd:

Mix all ingredients together. Done 🙂

For the fruit sauce:

Combine all ingredients in a saucepan, cover to a boil over low heat and simmer for a few minutes.

For the fruit filling:
  1. Place the fruit in a saucepan and simmer on medium heat for five minutes.
  2. Now the lemon juice and stir in the flour slowly.
  3. Add the sugar slowly and then let the sauce simmer for ten minutes.
  4. The whole thing now remove from heat and let cool slightly before it comes into the blintzes.
Fill blintzes and bake:
  1. Put a heaping tablespoons filling on the lower third of the fried side of a blintz. About it Fold the lower end…

    …then fold the sides…

    …and finally roll up the blintzes.

    Tip: It is best to prepare several blintzes and then fry simultaneously.

  2. In a large pan melt a little butter and the packet until golden brown on both sides and slightly crispy.
  3. Serve the finished blintzes warm. In a fruit filling something sour cream, cottage cheese filling at a slightly rich fruit sauce to it.
    Done 🙂

If you two fillings, each half is sufficient for the blintzes amount indicated above. According to Cynthia Barcomi obtained from the ingredients 18 blintzes. But this depends both on the pan size and the thickness of the blintzes. In my case I get a 26er pan of ten.

Ready fried blintzes can be stored for a few days in the fridge and then warmed up in the microwave according to Cynthia Barcomi. A freezing is possible: Then bake them for about 15 minutes at 180 ° C in the oven.
I myself can not say details, but since the blintzes were swallowed immediately 😉

delicious blintzes

So if you are in the morning times have the time, you should give a chance to blintzes. You're worth it!
If you have no time: She tried from time to assume you 😉


P. S. As already mentioned makes this recipe to the following blog event with:

Dining morning like a lady, transverse

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